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Executing a flawless race to finally claim a Bathurst 1000 crown was no fluke for Shane van Gisbergen.The Kiwi has long been knocking on the door of a first Bathurst triumph, that career goal now ticked after he fended off Cam Waters at Mount Panorama yesterday.It took a flawless drive, too, thanks to a relentless challenge from Waters and two tense restarts in the last 10 laps.In the latest podcast, host Andrew van Leeuwen and digital editor Stefan Bartholomaeus chart van Gisbergen's progress from a fast and furious wild child to one of the safest pairs of hands in the category.They also rate Waters' chances of being a genuine title contender next season, ponder if we'll see Scott McLaughlin back in a Supercar, and dissect all the latest news including Gen3 and important calendar changes.
Was the FIA really too harsh on Lewis Hamilton in its handling of the practice starts saga in Sochi? Or was it perhaps too lenient in its penalty points backflip? Hamilton's pair of in-race five-second penalties were the key talking point in Sochi, the saga continuing after the race as the two penalty points that would have left him perilously close to a race ban were rescinded.In the latest episode of the Podcast, Oleg Karpov and Oriol Puigdemont join host Andrew van Leeuwen to debate all sides of the matter, including whether the FIA actually went too easy on Hamilton with the points backflip.There's also some creative suggestions for fixing Sochi's dramatic Turn 2 'long-cut', as well as some insight into why MotoGP couldn't afford to have lost Valentino Rossi just yet.
Toyota took a third-straight Le Mans win to see out the LMP1 era, but not without heartbreak on the #7 side of the garage once again.The Kamui Kobayashi/Mike Conway/Jose Maria Lopez entry looked to be the car to beat at Le Mans, only to be ruled out of the running for victory due to a turbo issue during the night.That opened the door for the #8 sister car driven by Kazuki Nakajima, Sebastien Buemi and Brendon Hartley to cruise to the win, the #7 Toyota only sneaking onto the podium thanks to a late problem with the #3 Rebellion.Filip Cleeren, one of the few journalists on the ground at Le Mans this year, joins Andrew van Leeuwen and Jamie Klein on the Podcast to recap the race, and give his impressions from what was perhaps the most unique Le Mans ever.There's also some detailed analysis on the future of the race post-LMP1, as well as a breakdown of yet another thrilling chapter in the 2020 MotoGP season.Andrew on Twitter: @avlmelbourneJamie on Twitter: @JamieKlein_Filip on Twitter: @FilipCleeren
Andrew van Leeuwen is joined by Editor-in-chief Charles Bradley and MotoGP Editor Oriol Puigdemont to work out who is to blame for the Formula 1 restart chaos which took four drivers out of the race and caused the first of two red flags at the Tuscan GP. And who is going to win the MotoGP title this year? At this stage there’s no clear favourite from a competitive field.
The reverse grid debate is alive and well in Formula 1 after a thrilling Italian Grand Prix that produced a shock winner in Pierre Gasly..Ross Brawn revealed this week that the reverse grid sprint race concept will be revisited before next season, but would it really help create more moments of magic like we saw in Monza?Two of our F1 experts Jonathan Noble and Christian Nimmervoll aren't convinced – and explain why on the latest episode of the Podcast.There's also a detailed breakdown of Gasly's emotional win, including whether he'd be able to succeed at Red Bull Racing if he got a second chance, and a close look at Ferrari's miserable showing on home soil.
Andrew van Leeuwen is joined by US Editor David Malsher-Lopez and Tokyo-based News Editor Jamie Klein. Takuma Sato became a two-time Indy 500 winner in dramatic fashion on Sunday, but was Scott Dixon robbed? In an epic battle at the Brickyard, Sato emerged triumphant after rolling the dice on fuel and charging through lapped traffic to fend off long-time race leader Scott Dixon.
MotoGP saw one of the most spectacular crashes we've seen in years at the Austrian GP, as Zarco and Morbidelli came together at the Red Bull Ring. The incident didn't just leave riders visibly shaken but everyone watching couldn't believe others escaped serious injury. This week's podcast takes a look at what happened with our MotoGP legend Oriol Puigdemont. Rossi reckons Zarco made a serious error of judgement but what do you think? Plus our host Andrew van Leeuwen talks to Filip Cleeren who sent to last weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, and asks if the 'party mode' engine restrictions will result in better F1 races.Andrew on Twitter: @avlmelbourneUri on Twitter: @uri_puigdemontFilip on Twitter: @FilipCleeren
Last week the Formula 1 Stewards ruled that Racing Point's brake ducts had breached the sporting regulations but not the technical regulations, imposed a large fine but allowed them to continue to use those parts for the remainder of the season. Digging into this confusing situation is your host Andrew van Leeuwen, joined by a global cast of Motorsport journalists offering their own unique insight and analysis – Luke Smith (UK), Ronald Vording (Netherlands) and Oleg Karpov (Germany). Plus we look ahead to this weekend's Spanish GP.
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